Borders series Dunbar cross country 2017

Cracking weather and a great turn out for the last of the borders cross country series. Massive well done to all who took part and especially to Julie Hand on finishing second junior lady in the series and to Ian Forrest, 3rd M60 in the series.

Thanks to Cathy Holms photography for these great photos:

more pics here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/125100284@N03/albums/72157678948072830/page1

Juniors:
Position Number Time (mmss) Forename Surname Gender Cat GenderPos CatPos

68 349 18:29 Lewis Cairns M M8-9 51 14
76 347 19:33 Calum Hind M M10-11 0 56 17

Seniors:
47 175 30:54 Michael Greens M MJ 44 5
56 181 31:42 Julie Hand F FJ 6 1
59 385 31:56 Allan Dunbar M M40+ 53 19
65 31 32:53 Gillian Cairns F F40+ 10 5
87 142 35:15 Rachael Lees F FS 16 6
88 99 35:20 Ian Forrest M M60+ 71 1
100 371 35:55 Zoe Fowler F FS 23 11
111 44 36:53 Tracy Philp F F40+ 29 11
119 174 37:47 Sadie Kemp F F40+ 33 13
136 90 40:13 Gilly Marshall F F40+ 41 19
143 45 41:51 Michael Philp M M40+ 96 32
157 176 44:20 Daniel Greens M MS 102 33
160 100 45:22 Margaret Forrest F F50+ 57 11
165 12 46:30 Sandra Vick F F40+ 62 24
173 199 51:32 kirsty loudon F F50+ 69 15

Full results here: http://bordersxc.blogspot.co.uk/

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    2 comments on Borders series Dunbar cross country 2017

    1. Bill Bennet says:

      I agree with Sadie, a lovely sunny day and no mud; and a great turnout of Harriers both in the wee race and the big race. Why did the Carnethy Hill Racing Club have to opt for horizontal snow and mud and slush only a week earlier at the Carnethy 5? Yes congratulations to Julie Hand, 2nd female Junior in the 2016-17 series, and to Ian Forrest, 3rd M60 in the series.

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